St Georges Hill Golf Club

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Designed by Harry Colt, England's finest architectod of the time, in 1912 and carved out of heather and pine woodland, St George's Hill comprises three very individual 9 hole loops, all starting and finishing by the clubhouse. Most Club Championship and major competitions are played over the better known Red and Blue nines. However, the Green nine, originally part of a second 18 hole layout, now compares very favourably with the other two, and many regard it as the most difficult nine due to its much tighter nature.

Colt established himself as the undisputed "king of the heath" following his superb work at Sunningdale (New) and the East and West Courses at Wentworth. He went on to offer considerable assistance to the design of Pine Valley, in NJ, considered by many as the world's greatest inland course.  A golfer seeking the closest thing to Pine Valley outside the U.S. should visit St. George's Hill.

 

Course Information

Inland
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6541
Harry Colt
1912
Weybridge, Surrey
All visitors must have a current and vaild handicap
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Guideline

Yes
Yes for use with medical certificate only
Yes £45 per round plus gratuity
Yes £5
Yes £50
Smart casual attire, with a jacket and tie required in the dining room after 6pm
Tailored shorts with white sport socks or knee legnth socks.
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